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Brian S. Goldman, ESQ.

Brian S. Goldman, Esq. has been an attorney admitted to the New York State Bar since 1986; he also was admitted to the California State Bar in 1985. Brian S. Goldman, Esq. obtained his college degree from UCLA and his Juris Doctorate from Southwestern University School of Law, located in Los Angeles, California.Brian S. Goldman, Esq. is admitted to practice law before all of the Courts in the State of New York and California and is a member of the Federal Courts in both States, as well as the Supreme Court of the United States.

Since 2006, Brian S. Goldman, Esq., has concentrated his efforts and devoted a substantial amount of time and energy in representing children with special needs in claims against their school districts. Brian S. Goldman, Esq. has diligently and successfully handled dozens of cases against the New York City Department of Education and has conducted over 40 Impartial Hearings to conclusion. Brian S.Goldman, Esq. has not only successfully handled impartial hearings, but has been 100% successful in all of the appeals brought by the New York City Department of Education seeking to overturn the results obtained in Impartial Hearings.

Brian S. Goldman, Esq. personally handles each and every special education case from commencement to conclusion. He prides himself in providing the individualized attention to the case and fully educates all of his clients of their rights under the Indiviudals with Disabilities Education Act.

Brian S. Goldman, Esq. has handled numerous cases involving children who have been categorized as “speech & Language Impaired,” “Learning Disabled,” “Emotionally Disabled” and on the “Autism Spectrum.”


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Goldman & Maurer, LLP., recently represented a parent of an autistic child. The parent's first/native language was Mandarin. In this Due Process claim, we demonstrated that the NYCDOE woefully failed to provide proper mandarin interpreters at every step of the process thus arising to a denial of FAPE for her child. Read More
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All children born in 2011, in New York City, are eligible for kindergarten in September 2016. If your child is eligible for special education services and they were born in 2011, the NYC Department of Education will offer kindergarten special education services beginning in September 2016. Your child will no longer be eligible to receive services through the Committee on Preschool Special Education (CPSE). Read & Comment
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